Sunday, October 3, 2010

Awww, the first snake of Springtime.

The birds were fussing out the front.




Turns out he didn't smoke

 It's like a painting, the eyes follow you everywhere.



Oh, and don't pick the orchids. 





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A bit of video. Do you know how hard it is to wiggle your toes and hold the camera steady at the same time?


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And a glamour shot of Goldie, just for Ms Cat. Sorry, no video. She likes bees, small birds and Jehovah's Witnesses.

 And just for Quokka . . .

The all new, improved Turkinator


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The training continues . . .

By Sunday all will ready.

And for Quokka . . .







9 comments:

  1. What an original way to discourage visitors.
    Why didn't I think of this?

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  2. I think I'm going to be sick! Ewwww! Not nice, Greybeard.

    Still, could be worse. It could have been a spider video... **shudder**

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  3. So you don't want a video of "Goldie" Ms Cat? She's kind of cute, except for the hairy knees.

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  4. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRGGHHHH!!!!!!!

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  5. http://slyoyster.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/easpider122.jpg

    I didn't believe you about the small birds, so I googled it.
    My apologies for doubting you, Brave Sir Greybeard.

    Where's Sir Robin?
    Oh, I see, protecting Mistress Catty.

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  6. BTW, when we were at the Moggil Ferry yesterday, I was telling nephew how locals insist that they've seen dolphins up that stretch of the river. I can't remember which bit.

    If it was fine I'd hoped to take them swimming at College's Crossing (their mother said don't swim in rivers and watch out for Bull Sharks) so I took them to the river yesterday hoping they'd see something with fins or teeth.

    Know anyone who's seen dolphins up past you?

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  7. As we were driving back from depositing the children at Jetstar last night, we switched on the radio and heard them announce that College's Crossing was closed this weekend for a scheduled release of water from the dam.

    I'm so glad the children weren't in the car to hear us giggling about that one.

    I'm ever so pleased we got lost, I can't imagine what the children would have thought if we'd arrived at the crossing to discover it was Submarine Crossing Access only.

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